I currently have a well paying part time job but our teachers told us to start working at a hospital or any job whatsoever that is medically related to get our foot in the door. I really struggled in first semester and barely passed so I'm worried that if I work as a CNA and my other job then that would affect my grades. I only worked 2 times a week at my part time job during first semester (16 hours) but I still really struggled and cut it to one time a week. I'm not going to quit my current job for a CNA position because I get dental and vision insurance through them which I don't have under my parent's insurance. They also pay me really well and I pick and choose when I'm available to work so they work well with my schooling. But I really would like to get my foot in the door for a future RN position. I have volunteered at a hospital for one year and worked at a cardiologist office for 2 years (as a billing associate) and also got my EMT license before I started nursing school but I have never had any real hands on experience. Our teachers tell us that hands on experience on our resume will help us land a job for the future. Any advice on what should I do? Thank you.